Transport of hydrate slurry at high water cut

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Melchuna , Aline; Cameirão , Ana; Herri , Jean-Michel; Ouabbas , Yamina; Glenat , Philippe; (2014)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: pipelines | gas hydrates | [ SPI.GPROC ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Chemical and Process Engineering | high water cut | AA-LDHI | dispersant | flow assurance

Poster; International audience; Oil transportation in pipelines at the end of field production life implies to flow high quantities of water which represents the dominant phase. The process of crystallization of gas hydrates in this system needs to be studied and compar... View more
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